The Princess of Wales has been spotted on Royal duties as rumours and bombshells from Omid Scobie continue to swirl.
She met with the inspiring women who run Sebby’s Corner Baby Bank in Hertfordshire, Cwtch Baby Bank in South Wales, Hartlepool Baby Bank in County Durham, High Peak Baby Bank in Derbyshire and Little Stars in Shropshire.
During the visit at Sebby’s Corner in Barnet, the Princess heard how there is a rising demand for the services baby banks provide amid the cost of living crisis and the need is even greater heading into winter and the festive season.
It comes amid bombshells from journalist Scobie who worked with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the book about their departure from the British Royal Family, and who is now making Royals nervous with his next book Endgame. The book is subtitled: “Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival.”
It was originally due to be published in August, however, the date was pushed back so as to include events surrounding the King’s Coronation. It will now be published on November 28. Publisher HarperCollins previously said that the book will “have the world talking”, with Scobie stating that it will reveal moments royals should be “ashamed of”.
The Royals are likely growing increasingly more nervous as publication date looms. In one section, translated from French, Scobie discusses the Princess of Wales’s meeting with Meghan Markle actress in 2017. The author suggested that Kate immediately saw Meghan as her rival, writing: “[Kate] spent more time talking about Meghan… than with Meghan.” This quote is allegedly from a close friend of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Meanwhile, the Princess of Wales put on a brave front today and was all smiles during her visit to Sebby’s Corner in north London. The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood provides support to families with young children in the run-up to Christmas. Sebby’s Corner was formed in January 2021 and provides items to families in need across Barnet, Hertfordshire and London. The Princess of Wales works closely with charities that support children and families.
Kate launched the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in 2021, marking the latest significant step in her long-term mission to help kids and parents. In the launch, she said she wants to “raise awareness of why the first five years of life are just so important for our future life outcomes, and what we can do as a society to embrace this golden opportunity to create a happier, more mentally healthy, more nurturing society.”